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Old 05-01-2006, 12:49 PM
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Old 05-01-2006, 12:59 PM
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Lovely finish, some drum specs please. Cymbals are horrid though.
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Old 05-01-2006, 01:16 PM
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Looks awesome! Love it, what pedal do you ahve?
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Old 05-01-2006, 01:34 PM
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Iron Cobra Double pedal. But since its spring broke I recently bought another pedal. But it is temporary till I fin a new spring.....
Thats odd, the same thing happened to mine.
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Old 05-01-2006, 03:20 PM
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Iron Cobra Double pedal. But since its spring broke I recently bought another pedal. But it is temporary till I fin a new spring.....
Happened to mine too, and springs are not under warranty.
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Old 05-01-2006, 05:15 PM
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Iron Cobra Double pedal. But since its spring broke I recently bought another pedal. But it is temporary till I fin a new spring.....
Mine broke instantly as well (IC single pedal). I replaced it with a much more rigid DW spring and I've had no problems. Odd or just crappy springs? Come on Tama...
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Old 05-01-2006, 05:30 PM
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Ok so finally I am going to put my drum pic in the right thread
They are Pearl EXR series drumkit with an extra Pearl Chad Smith Signature Series Snare
I have Orion 8' splash, 18' china
Sabian Solar 14' hats( with Orion 5' spalsh stacked on it), 16' crash, 18' crash/ride
Zildjian 20' ZBT ride
Zildjian 16' ZBT crash

I use a double pedal and also have a cowbell and plastic block attatched tp my right cymbal stand. I am planning to buy a hi - hat tambourine
SO HOW IS IT?????

Well the set up is nice...but the cymbals look at bit 2 tiletd..and also get that hihat next to ur double pedal cos its too far from ur main playing area...surely to get to that hi hat ur ewither using the very very very end of ur stick or ur leaning way 2 much... The toms look at nice angles 2..but ui need to upgrade the cymbals so they are al the same brand and series...for example..all paiste 2002....
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Old 05-01-2006, 05:31 PM
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Really nice kit... got some pictures from the drivers seat?
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Old 05-01-2006, 06:46 PM
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big, clean set up...believe me: Exports aren`t trash, they sound very very good!!
and your export looks also great!! good desicion I think...


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Old 05-01-2006, 08:30 PM
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I'm honestly sorry for what I said about your kit dude! I was not trying to be mean or anything... I hope you accept my apolegy! Again, I'm sorry, it's just that I have bad experiences with the kit:(
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Old 05-02-2006, 12:47 AM
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...but ui need to upgrade the cymbals so they are al the same brand and series...for example..all paiste 2002...
Why should he have all cymbals from same brand and serie.
I dont see why people limit themselvs to that.
maybe they want to pretend they endorse that company...


Take whatever gives you the "feeling",and if you dont want missmatching logos on top, wash them off !!

( just my 2 cents )

oh and nice floor !

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Old 05-02-2006, 01:12 AM
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Why should he have all cymbals from same brand and serie.
I dont see why people limit themselvs to that.
maybe they want to pretend they endorse that company...


Take whatever gives you the "feeling",and if you dont want missmatching logos on top, wash them off !!

( just my 2 cents )
I can see same brand, especially if your sponsored. But same series? I wouldn't do that. You need a variety of sounds to be an articulate drummer with variety.

I have 2 Zildjian "A" series crashes, 2 Zildjian A Custom Fast Crashes, Zildjian 14" New-beat Hi-Hats, 2 Sabian Vault crashes, 2 Sabian Paragon crashes and a ride, Sabian AAX Hi-Hats and splash and 2 Wuhan Chinas and 1 splash.

I would die if I had to only choose 1 brand.
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Old 05-02-2006, 01:18 AM
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yeah the last thing you would wanna do is limit yourself to one type of cymbal...one company maybe but still. if anything have a wide range of sounds i don't know why on earth you'd want all the same cymbals although there are many different 2002s.
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Old 05-02-2006, 03:04 PM
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i share your sentiments about the variety of cymbals in india. u cant get anything better than those damn ZBTs. but i am gonna buy that k custom medium ride one day no matter what.

which city are u from?? the drum kit looks awesome by the way.
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Old 05-02-2006, 03:55 PM
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I think it's ok to use the same brand and series, if you really like it, for instance, I use all Meinl Amuns. But, if there is a special sound ur looking for, and the series doesnt have it, take another one. I use a Meinl Classic bell...
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Old 05-04-2006, 03:48 PM
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Good stuff mate. I appreciate how hard it is to get good gear out there and I think you've done yourself proud. Well done.
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Old 05-04-2006, 04:17 PM
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Do you have a pic of your drumkit on the site ?
I do, but I must explain, I'm not from India if that was the impression I gave on my posts. I just appreciate how hard it is to get good gear, from reports from various other members on the forum who are in your situation.

http://www.drummerworld.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=10559 is my kit. I'm from near London in the UK. Gravesend, to be precise.

Absolutely right on the cymbal sounds. It's the sound, not the brand or the price.
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Old 05-05-2006, 12:16 PM
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awesome!
but i really dun like the solars...
(i have a solar 16"crash and 20"ride and im dying to get rid of them....)
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Old 05-07-2006, 08:55 PM
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awesome!
but i really dun like the solars...
(i have a solar 16"crash and 20"ride and im dying to get rid of them....)
Quick! Mail them to me before you die!

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I love your kit man. Especially those little rack toms. Don't worry about getting some special type of drum or cymbals man. Get whatever you can and become the best player you can be. Then, when everyone hears and loves your playing, they will want whatever it is you're playing on. By the way, what is that on your hihat? Is that like a baby hihat? I saw some of those in the music shop yesturday. I must say I have no clue about them. Do explain. :)
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Old 05-07-2006, 11:38 PM
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I visited London recently. When I was buying a new drumkit i was looking for two bass drums but nothing was available. In London I found an extra bass drum and floor tom of the same colour, model. But My luck wasnt with me. The hoops of the drums were black so I couldnt buy them
You could've bought them and turned it into a 'look' but that's cool man. How did you find London? Cold I'd imagine! Double pedals nowadays are good enough to not really have to worry about the second drum but the double bass drums still very much have their place.
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Old 05-08-2006, 12:04 AM
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Why should he have all cymbals from same brand and serie.
I dont see why people limit themselvs to that.
maybe they want to pretend they endorse that company...


Take whatever gives you the "feeling",and if you dont want missmatching logos on top, wash them off !!

( just my 2 cents )

oh and nice floor !
becuase man a 16" solar my sound deeper than a 18" zxt 4 example..i fopund this when i went to by a new 18"..i got zxt cos they were good for the mopney and foud tht my 16" Paiste 2002 was deeper and had different tone to the 18" zxt

but i have no problem when u mix it all in wuid diffent splashes, rides, hi hate etc..just crahes mainly tht need to sound the same for when u go from one to the other
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Old 05-14-2006, 06:09 PM
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You too might want to buy a splash, cause they are the cheapest element of the drumset and add another sound to your kit.
Ah ok, so they weren't baby hihats. That would have been great. I actually saw a hihat stacker online, but could never find a place that sold one.

I have been drooling at the splashes in people's kits lately. I think I would like one or two in my arsenal.
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Old 05-15-2006, 05:03 PM
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You're absolutely right. Unfortunately rationality doesn't come into the equation at all. It's a case of 'special order' vs. 'production orders' obviously having a part of the kit made and shipped is going to cost more for each individual drum if they only make a few. That's why sets are so much cheaper in comparison to buying individual drums. Usually. In your case, it's because they are shipping the drums as whole sets, and to do so as a whole set is cheaper per piece than doing a couple of drums; which have to be shipped individually.

Then of course in come the taxes. VAT etc etc.

That said, you can still find some great deals on eBay if you have an account and people will ship to you etc etc. I'm considering using eBay in a few months to make some nice upgrades to my hardware etc. That said, it's not for everyone and I don't know how big eBay is in India.
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Old 05-16-2006, 02:26 AM
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man your set is beutifull, it looks SOO comfy!

i know your situation, about playign wiht what you can get your hands on... but your set is real nice.... cymabsl look easy to reach, and i bet they soudn awesome.
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Old 05-16-2006, 02:33 AM
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Great set. I have pretty much the same drum design, exept without the extra snare. and the toms are curved (you have to see it to know what i mean check my threads for it.)
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Old 05-16-2006, 03:48 AM
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Do you wear those gloves to play drums? Are they comfortable? Nice set
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Old 05-21-2006, 05:24 PM
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Just a sugggestion, but it looks like your plstic block is facing the worng way. i'd turn it around as in mounting it on the other side so the side with the lip faces you because i think you'll get a better sound( unless you like it the way you have it). Also, sweet set
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Old 05-25-2006, 07:20 AM
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i really hate HATE HATEE solar !!!

but whut a nice kit
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Lovely finish, some drum specs please. Cymbals are horrid though.
Exactly what I thought. I was about to write that.
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Old 06-20-2006, 10:06 PM
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Very nice kit. To balance out the kit, I would move the second tom and put it on the base drum. Move the largest rack tom down and use it as a floor tom. This will give you more room to move the hi-hat closer to you. Just idea.
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Old 06-21-2006, 08:00 PM
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.. and the award for best kit but worst cymbals goes to....

That is a Very nice kit. Too bad I cant say the same for those cymbals Solar cymbals are the worst in production. They are worst than B8s!!!!!!!!!!!!!. But still very sweet set.
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Old 07-02-2006, 09:01 PM
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nice Kit my friend. I love Pearls I like the four toms on top I have been trying to get some more high toms but i can't find any close to the color of my set.
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I love your set How do you like having 4 toms infront of you. I have tried to find toms to add to my set but i can't find them in my color
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Very nice finish on that kit all was well until I saw the Solar cymbals. I had some, and i might has well been playing crash on tuppaware lids.
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Mine broke instantly as well (IC single pedal). I replaced it with a much more rigid DW spring and I've had no problems. Odd or just crappy springs? Come on Tama...

i have a IC double and i broke my string too!!! but.. i kinda bent mine back on accident and it snapped......

2 replacement springs only 5 bucks at GC :D
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nice finish.funky cymbals
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Well the set up is nice...but the cymbals look at bit 2 tiletd..and also get that hihat next to ur double pedal cos its too far from ur main playing area...surely to get to that hi hat ur ewither using the very very very end of ur stick or ur leaning way 2 much... The toms look at nice angles 2..but ui need to upgrade the cymbals so they are al the same brand and series...for example..all paiste 2002....
I have no matched cymbals... Stagg High Hats, Zildjian Crash, Dream Ride... I'm not sad about anything but the crash!

P.S. don't you have mismatched cymbals? Zildjian ZXTs and Paiste 2002s if I remember?
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I cant stand it when people blow all their money on a sweet drum kit then they have crappy cymbals.
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